The government is preparing new salary increases for budget workers. Starting this month, the employees of several ministries, as well as those of the National Institute of Statistics, will have higher wages. The increases are between 15% and 50%.

Exceptions are dignitaries and employees of the local public administration. However, the executive does not specify how much money must be allocated from the budget for these increases.

Employees who work for projects financed by European funds will have the most money, especially for the Recovery and Resilience Plan, where there are also delays in project implementation. Here, markups reach up to 50%. Currently, a civil servant earns between 4,000 and 12,000 lei gross.

The Ministry of Investments and European Projects has the most teams. Also here are the budget workers with the highest salaries, along with those from Finance. However, employees from the Ministry of Transport or those from the Ministry of Labor will also have higher incomes. At the Ministry of Labour, however, the employees of the Labor Inspection, which must combat tax evasion on the labor market, are not included.

On the other hand, budget workers who do not work for European projects will also have 15% higher salaries. This increase should have been applied as early as 2020 – 2021 – according to the wage law, but the increases were frozen.

The employees of the National Institute of Statistics are also included in the emergency ordinance, where the increases are between 15% and 24%. Employees protested repeatedly and demanded to have salaries equal to those granted to government employees. Here, for example, a beginner earns around 3,000 lei net. An increase of 15% means an increase of approximately 450 lei.

The executive did not specify the total number of employees who will benefit from the new increases. Some increases were thought of as a bonus and should have been supported by European funds. But the money will be provided from the state budget. Romania still remains the leader in the top of the EU countries that pay the most money from the budget on public system salaries.

Source: PROTV news

Tags: salaries, budgets,

Publication date: 07-08-2022 08:30

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